Britta Redwood is a legal consultant for the Strategic Litigation Project at the Atlantic Council. The Strategic Litigation Project works on prevention and accountability efforts for atrocity crimes, human rights violations, terrorism, and corruption offenses around the world.

Redwood has worked as an acting assistant professor at New York University Law School. Her research focuses on the history of international law. Previously, she was an attorney at the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights in Berlin, where she worked on universal jurisdiction cases involving crimes against humanity and war crimes. Before her time in Berlin, she was a litigation associate at Cleary Gottlieb in New York.

Redwood earned her JD from Yale Law School. She graduated from Princeton University with a BA in philosophy and has completed courses at Sciences Po.